State Of The Net
The conference which tries to capture the state of art of the internet in Italy and in the world, considering its impact on our society. SotN is a key meeting for the italian industry and tech community, as it investigates dynamics and opportunities in the current digital scenario. We gather each year the most relevant opinion makers, entrepreneurs and journalists from Italy, Europe and the United States.
State of the Net 2015 [as streamed live]
News & Social
Al fine di agevolare la valorizzazione e condivisione dei contenuti e delle notizie in occasione di State of the Net, tutti i partecipanti sono invitati a pubblicare le proprie notizie su iPressLIVE, la News Social Platform per giornalisti, blogger e uffici stampa che permette di gestire in un'unica piattaforma news e social network e ad oggi ospita circa 20.000 giornalisti e blogger e 4.000 testate e blog.
Marco Ferrario e Martina Mauro per State of the Net
#SOTN15 - Credit: Daniele Braida
OCT 4 > Preview
05:00 PM Registration
06:00 PM Meet the speakers
Your chance to be part of the conversation the day before, exploring the themes of the conference
07:30 PM Happy hour
OCT 5 > Conference
08:30 AM Registration
09:45 AM The Next Digital Disruptions
Global trends in adoption of the internet and the next revolution that is now underway
10:15 AM The State of the Net in numbers
How things are, a year later. A conversation with Lee Rainie and Beniamino Pagliaro
10:45 AM What is an algorithm?
Easy like making pasta, complicated as the world
11:00 AM Coffee Break
11:30 AM Hyperhistory
Luca De Biase
What exactly is new in the symbiosis between humans and algorithms?
11:50 AM Algo-finance
Financial markets and the illusion of numbers
12:10 PM Chasing energy with data and algorithms
Seismic Imaging for oil and gas explorers
01:00 PM Lunch time
02:30 PM Organisations in the age of algorithms
Social technologies and the breaking out of the "one fits all" approach
03:30 PM Coffee Break
04:00 PM Something New: AIs and Us
Algorithms are deciding about our lives with opaque criteria. Are we happy with it?
04:20 PM Computers that just work
Trying to finally automate away bureaucracy
05:45 PM Closing remarks
Final notes and goodbye